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The Grand Slam – Origins and Correct Verbiage

The Grand Slam – Origins and Correct Verbiage

Jun. 27 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   The Grand Slam… It’s a term often mis-used in tennis, but in 2015 there is a chance Serena Williams will be able to achieve the ultimate achievement in the sport of tennis. The Grand Slam is the term...

A Laundry List of Firsts For 2014 U.S. Open Champion Marin Cilic

A Laundry List of Firsts For 2014 U.S. Open Champion Marin Cilic

Sep. 9 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Marin Cilic did a few thing he had never done before at the 2014 U.S. Open. It started in a sparsely-attended round of 16 match on Louis Armstrong Stadium on Tuesday, September 2 when Cilic broke through to beat...

Roger Federer On The Cusp Of More Tennis History At 2013 U.S. Open With Longevity Streak

Roger Federer On The Cusp Of More Tennis History At 2013 U.S. Open With Longevity Streak

Aug. 22 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Roger Federer may head into the US Open with his lowest ranking since 2002 at No. 7, but the 17-time major singles champion is once again on the cusp of making more tennis history. Just by stepping onto the court...

Never too late: Alex Bogomolov evolves from teen tabloid headliner to solid tennis pro

Never too late: Alex Bogomolov evolves from teen tabloid headliner to solid tennis pro

Jul. 28 | By Christopher Lancette Five years may have passed since current world No. 81 Alex Bogomolov Jr., got the worst news of his pro career but the memory still burns inside him even at age 30 as he returns to the Citi Open in Washington D.C. this week. With...

Bobby Reynolds Still Chasing Dreams, Giving Back To The Game He Loves

Bobby Reynolds Still Chasing Dreams, Giving Back To The Game He Loves

Jul. 18 | By Christopher Lancette Bobby Reynolds It is a scorching hot summer day in College Park, Maryland and Bobby Reynolds has gone from the raucous crowds supporting his Washington Kastles World Team Tennis matches to the obscurity of pumping iron...

FINALLY! Dramatic Last Game Gives Andy Murray Historic British Victory At Wimbledon

FINALLY! Dramatic Last Game Gives Andy Murray Historic British Victory At Wimbledon

Jul. 7 | By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   On the seventh day of the seventh month, the 77-year drought of a British men’s singles champion at Wimbledon ended. Andy Murray achieved what many thought at one time was an almost  laughable concept – a...

Irina Falconi swings hard, laughs hard

Irina Falconi swings hard, laughs hard

Aug. 23 | [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJWa9JY-mBY&w=560&h=343] - Video produced by Wonok Kim -   By Christopher Lancette WASHINGTON — Third-year pro Irina Falconi and I sit down at a bar. It’s open mic night for comedians and...